Back row: Allison Hutchison , RD BC Interior; Sheila Service, RD Vancouver Island; Barbara DuMoulin, President BC Council, National VP; Ruth Mellor, Past president; Bea Shumey, Web Manager Beryl Matthewson, RD BC West; Kathy Torhjelm, Treasurer; Grace Hollet, National President; Sheila Boutcher, Communications; Jacqueline Russell, Secretary; Audrey Hobbs-Johnson, Resolutions

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AGM VISION 2020 Kelowna May 22-24th

Book your stay at the Coast Capri Hotel which includes free parking and a complimentary full breakfast

Expression of Interest to run for BC Council Executive : Click Here

The link will take you to a fillable form which you should download to a folder, then open and fill in. It must be received by March 22nd, 2020. If you would like this form emailed to you, please contact : cfuwbccouncil@gmail.com

Positions Open: Treasurer, Advocacy, Resolutions, and Communications (FTR newsletter)

RD West is open, as is the National VP Advocacy

Call for Nominations for Position of VP Advocacy to Complete the 2018-2020 Biennium

The Nominations Period is from January 13 to January 31, 2020.

The completed forms and supporting documents should be submitted as soon as possible to the Co-Chair of the Nominations Committee, Grace Stapleton ges@nl.rogers.com and to Executive Director, Robin Jackson, cfuwed@rogers.com. After the deadline, January 31, the applications will be submitted (in order of date and time received) to the CFUW Board for its decision on the successful applicant.

Attachments:

1. CFUW Application Form for the Board of Directors

2. CFUW Nomination Form (to be used by the nominating club)

3. Job description for the position of VP Advocacy

4. CFUW Bylaws- Section D relates to elections

Our Richmond CFUW club presented a cheque to the Kwantlen Polytechnic University Foundation to top up an existing scholarship for female students.

The Richmond branch of the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) donated $6,100 to the KPU Foundation, topping up the club’s endowment fund with the foundation to $40,000.

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